Amending parent-child relationships is seriously non-intuitive (and that is putting it mildly)
When a child is attached in the family tree to the wrong parents:
- you open the child's person page
- replace one of the parents with the actual parent
- would move on to replace the other parent (expecting it, after that step, to end up in his/her proper place)
- but realize that now ALL children of the first couple have been assigned to a mongrel couple of one parent from one marriage and another parent from the other marriage
To me, it seems that correcting erroneously attached children is a non-intuitive (poorly designed) process where the possibility of messing up is rather high.
Basically, when you expect one person to be relocated, instead, everyone else gets relocated around that person.
But perhaps I am too dumb, so could someone please explain me how to do it properly? Thank you.